As the West wondered about the health of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, and world leaders worried about the country restarting its nuclear reactor, the foreign guests from some 30 or so countries…
At first glance "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" and "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" share an unlikely resemblance.
In Germany's fragmented cable market, Unitymedia has moved to the forefront as the sector's premiere trailblazer.
Spinoffs are traveling both ways on the film/TV highway in Colombia. The country's biggest local blockbuster "Sonar no cuesta nada" (A Ton of Luck) is inspiring a 26-episode series, while top-rated…
The U.K. government may be in almost as much turmoil as the U.S.' thanks to the vacillations of the financial markets. But gratifyingly, that hasn't halted funding on a new initiative for building…
"The Blind Sunflowers," helmed by Jose Luis Cuerda ("The Education of Fairies," "Butterfly Tongues"), has been chosen as Spain's foreign-language Oscar candidate.
Fox's "Do Not Disturb" has become the fall TV season's first official cancellation, officially checking out after just three episodes.
The San Sebastian Film Festival rounded its final bend Friday with buyers backing the front runners in the kudo race.
Russian arthouse director Kira Muratova is to head up the jury at Hungary's Moveast film festival when it opens in Pecs Oct. 7.
NBC Universal is putting its newly acquired U.K. shingle Carnival to work as it moves forward on the midseason skein "The Philanthropist."
Mexico's top broadcaster Televisa launched a pair of Internet portals Friday that are designed to open the online floodgate to the conglom's vast library.
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